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FC Barcelona News: 19 June 2020; All set for Sevilla trip, Bayern extend Coutinho loan

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A round-up of the latest Barcelona news and transfer rumors

Philippe Coutinho Rehab Training Photo by M. Donato/FC Bayern via Getty Images

The squad for Sevilla - Barça - FC Barcelona
After the first two games since the resumption of LaLiga, which saw two wins and without conceding a goal, Quique Setién's squad now face a huge test. Barça visit the third-placed team in the league, Julen Lopetegui's Sevilla, at the Sánchez Pizjuán.

When and where to watch Sevilla - Barça - FC Barcelona
Football doesn't stop, and after the victories against Mallorca and Leganés, Barça visit the Sánchez Pizjuan to face Sevilla. It's a match that will test Quique Setién's squad, with Barça needing the three points to guarantee their stay at the top of the league

Barcelona face squad crisis ahead of Sevilla clash - Football Espana
According to Friday’s front page edition of Mundo Deportivo, Sergi Roberto and Frenkie De Jong will not travel to the Estadio Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan due to injury. French international Samuel Umtiti also misses out through suspension, with Jordi Alba returning from his own ban.

Setien demands UEFA allow Barcelona v Napoli second leg at Camp Nou - Football Espana
Earlier this week, UEFA announced that the quarter-finals onwards in the tournament will be played in a condensed format in Lisbon between 12-23 August but it remains unclear where the remaining second legs of the Round of 16 fixtures will be played.

Messi’s departure from La Liga would be bigger loss than Ronaldo - ESPN
Javier Tebas has said Lionel Messi would be a bigger loss to La Liga than Cristiano Ronaldo and has issued a plea to the Barcelona captain to remain in Spain.

Arturo Vidal's jab at officials after Madrid benefit from VAR - SPORT
Rodrigo Moreno struck but the goal was ruled out for a marginal offside against Maxi Gomez in the build up, with VAR making the call.

Philippe Coutinho's loan to Bayern extended until end of season - SPORT
The Brazilian, 28, has not convinced the club to buy him but they will extend his loan beyond June 30. Sky Germany say they have negotiated an extension with Barcelona, his parent club, who are looking for a potential new home for him.